Our bespoke Anatomy & Physiology Courses are delivered by Earle Abrahamson and Jane Langston, authors of "Muscle Testing: A Concise Manual" published by Handspring Publishing in November 2019, "Making Sense of Learning Human Anatomy and Physiology" published by Lotus Publishing November 2016 and North Atlantic Books in October 2017.
Our teaching locations are usually in the London area, Sheffield or Suffolk, but we are flexible and will travel to you. Our book "Making Sense of Learning Anatomy and Physiology" is a game-changer in terms of anatomy teaching and learning and is runner up in the Best Product category for the Holistic Therapist Magazine Business Awards 2017
Contact us to arrange a bespoke course to suit your needs and location.
EARLE ABRAHAMSON is a senior lecturer in Sports Therapy at the University of East London. He is the national chair of the Massage Training Institute, Chair of the General Council for Massage Therapies, and is on the board of Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council. He is a senior practitioner in soft tissue therapy and principal fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Earle has won numerous awards for teaching and learning including the 2019 Fellowship for ISSOTL (
The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning ). Earle is Chair of General Council for Massage Therapies (Council for Soft Tissue Therapies).
JANE LANGSTON is a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science, and originally worked in pathology departments in the National Health Service in England for over 20 years, which instilled in her a love of anatomy and physiology. She has been an Amatsu practitioner since 2000, and is managing director of the multi award winning company, The Amatsu Training School. She is Vice Chair of the General Council for Massage Therapies.
BORIS BONES is Learn Anatomy's skeleton in the cupboard who likes to muscle in on our classes. He is the backbone of our teaching team, and together with our other anatomical models, will put his heart and soul into teaching you about anatomy and physiology.